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I think we should begin to consider composing music outside the frequency of our hearing range. We could design special headphones for listening to the CD or concert. Kinda like 3D glasses for musi...
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I ve had this explained to me a few times, but I still have no idea. What exactly is a tri-tone substituon? Is it strictly a jazz concept? or does it apply to all music? This is just a picture of a...
I ve been reading alot of music biographies lately. Some have been great, others not as great... What are some you the best out there?
Here s a collection of lessons on the traditional bluegrass fiddle tune Blackberry Blossom for the whole band.. Plus a great performance of the song by the great Tony Rice and Peter Rowan. [link] t...
We all have students that are less motivated/talented/interested than others, but how do you handle those students that just don t seem to practice or even want to be there. Do you feel like it s a...
I m hoping to buy a piano for my daughter( I d love to screw around with it a bit myself) who has been taking lessons for a while on a kind of cheap keyboard. I thought it would be easy to just go ...
Hey teachers, how do you handle cancellations and make up lessons? What about payment schedules? Do you have a policy sheet that lays out all the rules?
Heres a group of video lessons for conga players and percussionists. Post any of your fovorites here! [link] t=Beginning%20Conga%20video%20lesson%20compilation
Jimi Hendrix had a uniquely powerful approach to the guitar that masterfully incorporated both "lead" and "rhythm" guitar into a single idea that beautifully illustrates that there is no genuine di...
I started a thread compilation thread the other day about Derek Trucks, and thought it would be good to start on about how to play blues guitar like Stevie Ray Vaughan. There are a ton of videos an...
I showed this video to a student the other day to show him what a 13 year old is capable of. It inspired me to start a thread with the best Derek Trucks lessons I could find, and to talk about slid...
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Here s an idea for adding a feeling of motion to your improvisations. When soloing over an A7, try alternating notes from an A major triad (A C# E) with notes from a G major triad (G B D). This giv...
I ve been playing for a while now, but I have trouble using my pinky finger on my left hand for anything other than chords. Does anyone have any good exercises to get my pinky (and other fingers) u...
I seem to be stuck in a voice range rut. I m a tenor-baritone, but want to be able to sing the higher pop stuff. What can I do to increase my range?
It seems that every time I pick up my guitar people, jokingly or not, request the same tunes. It occurred to me that I don t know how to play Sweet Home Alabama or Freebird properly, and I don t ev...
Here is a good introductory video on some fun conga warm ups and excercises. [link] t=How%20to%20Play%20Conga%20Drums%20%3A%20Conga%20Drumming%20Practice%20Exercises
What is the best way to describe and teach the clave?
Why do I always run out of breath when I sing? Any technique tips to save breath?
I can sing comfortably from about a G an octave below middle C to a F above middle C without going into my falsetto. What voice part should I be singing?
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Wednesday February 28, 2018
What an amazing to watch, beautiful tribute to Bob! This awesome a capella version of Bob Marley's 'Could You Be Loved' was made by Israeli musicians in honor of what would have been the late Marley's 70th Birthday. - Open Video
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